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Thread #169212   Message #4086667
Posted By: GerryM
06-Jan-21 - 04:10 AM
Thread Name: Songs from the Mudcat Worldwide Singaround
Subject: RE: Mudcat Worldwide Singaround - On Zoom Mondays
Here's my list of songs (no poems this time) that were sung, in order, at the Singaround on 4/5 January 2021. I didn't get a name for Patty Clink's parody of Dylan's My Back Pages. I'm not sure that Bring Me My Dull Old Pants is the right title for Rusty Dobro's take-off on a song from Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. Corrections, additions, and random wisecracks always welcome. Here you go:

Wasn't That a Mighty Storm?
Mormond Braes
Ballad of Jed Clampett
We'll Sing Hallelujah
Richard of Taunton Dean
The Will (in French)
Please to See the King
Seven Nights Drunk (aka Seven Drunken Nights, cf Our Goodman)
Bring Me My Dull Old Pants (parody of Any Dream Will Do / Give Me My Colored Coat)
Past Carin'
Mr Fox
V'chitetu Charvotam (And They Shall Beat Their Swords, in Hebrew)
The Body Piercing Song (parody of I'll Tell Me Ma)
The Year Turns Around Again
Queen Elinor's Confession
The County Line (aka We Moved the Line)
The Fishfinger Song
The Schmuck Song
Three Score and Ten
Brightest and Best
Snow Flurry (in Russian)
Bonobo Wannabe
Piano Leg (Broken Token-2)
The Creel
Across the Great Divide
Witch of the Westmoreland
It's a Miracle
Mary Parker's Lament
Clerk Colven
The Doffing Mistress
The Iron-Moulder's Wedding
I Fall to Pieces
Da Day Dawn
O Wee White Rose of Scotland
Cherry Tree Carol
Will the Circle Be Unbroken
Rollin' Down to Bethlehem
Northern Tide
The Hour that the Ship Comes In
The Braes O' Appin
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Naptime
Molly Bawn
You Can Close Your Eyes
Mary Had a Baby
Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
Chestnuts Blaring Through the Shopping Mall
The Music of Strings
If I Ever Sing a Love Song
Brandy Tree
Bless This House
Soon May the Wellerman Come
Don't Call Me Early in the Morning
? (Parody of My Back Pages)
January Lullaby
Alfred the Alligator
The Holly and the Ivy
Sancta Bega
Grandma Song
Homeless Wassail
Old Black Joe